9 Famous Temples in Noida

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The city of Noida in Uttar Pradesh is home to some beautiful. Let’s take a look at them.


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Delhi Akshardham located in Noida is also known as Swaminarayan Akshardham. The temple complex represents the traditional Indian and Hindu culture architecture and spirituality. Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam inaugurated the temple officially in 2005. Akshardham temple is one of the largest temples in India which rises 43 m high, spans 316 foot wide and extends to 109 m tall.

Sai Baba Temple:

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Sai Baba temple is one of the famous temples in Noida which is visited by devotees from all over the city. The temple is constructed beautifully with white marble and is a replica of Sai Baba Mandir in Shirdi. Sai Baba MandirSamiti administers this temple. The Samiti also provides mid-day meals to the children of OM Foundation along with running a charitable dispensary which provides medical aid to 1000 patients every day.

Lotus Temple:

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The Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent is an architectural magnificence in the shape of a lotus flower which is located around 12 km away from Noida. The temple is open to people of all religions as it’s a Baha’i House of Worship. The Baha’i laws allow people to only chant the holy scriptures of Baha’i faith or any other religion. Ritualistic practice is also allowed within the temple.

ISKCON Temple:

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The famous ISKCON temple or the international society for Krishna consciousness, dedicated to Lord Krishna is located in Noida. The temple houses a beautiful deity of Radha and Madhav. The temple performs different rituals, prayers and kirtanas on a daily basis. Prasadam is served to one and all present in the temple every Sunday. On festivals like Sri Krishna Janmashtami, RadhaAshtami, Gaur Purnima, Holi and Ekadashi, the temple is widely visited by pilgrims.

Ayyappa Temple:

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Ayyappa temple located in city of Noida is dedicated to Lord Sastha who is also the presiding deity. He is known to be the divine protector of the city and temple’s construction was fully completely in the year 2002. The temple is the hub for spiritual activities and during the festival of VijayaDashami, many pilgrims flock to the place to celebrate the festival.

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Arya Samaj Mandir:

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Arya Samaj Mandir of Noida is the temple where weddings are solemnized be it inter-caste or inter-religion marriage. It is considered as a holy spot for wedding rituals. The temple follows Vedic principals strictly.

Noida Kali Bari:

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The Kali Bari of Noida was constructed by the Bengali Association of Noida and are run by them too. The temple houses the idol of Goddess Kali as the presiding deity. The temple is an important spiritual spot in the city. Festivals such DurgaPooja or Navaratri, Maha Kali Puja and more are celebrated with zest within the temple.

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Immanuel Marthoma Church:

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Immanuel Marthoma Church was built in the city of Noida in the year 1989 which increased the heritage and culture of the city. The present Vicar of the church is Reverend Dr. Abraham Matthew and the bishop is Rt. Reverend Dr. Abraham Mar Paulose. The church functions a Sunday school and a choir. It also holds regular masses every week.

Peer Baba Ki Mazar:

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Peer Baba Ki Mazar located in Noida is a favourite pilgrimage spot for Islamic people mostly. The Mazar is dedicated to Peer Baba and devotees who come to the place gain peace and serenity.

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